By Linda L. Crawford, Edward J. O'Donnell
ISBN 1-4277-2490-3
Retail Price: $82.82
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Also available online, this course is designed to meet the 72-hour education requirement for broker candidates and includes all necessary topics for the broker exam, complete with end-of-chapter questions and a practice final exam. Updated to reflect recent 2010 legislation, this course includes practice questions designed to prepare students for the new proficiency state exam requirements. To reinforce key concepts, there is a new Summary of Important Points at the end of each chapter.



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE BROKER'S GUIDE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I
Getting Started in the Real Estate Brokerage Business

Chapter 1 Becoming A Licensed Real Estate Broker
Chapter 2 Opening a Real Estate Office
Chapter 3 Owning, Managing and Supervising a Real Estate Office
Chapter 4 Escrow Management
Chapter 5 Office Inspections and the Disciplinary Process

Part II
Valuing Real Property

Chapter 6  
Overview of Real Estate Valuation
Chapter 7 Sales Comparison, Cost-Depreciation and Income Approaches
Chapter 8 Comparative Market Analysis
Chapter 9 Basic Business Appraisal

Part III
Listing and Selling Real Property

Chapter 10 Brokerage Relationships
Chapter 11 Contracts
Chapter 12 Financing Real Estate
Chapter 13 Closing Real Estate Transactions
Chapter 14 Federal Income Tax Laws Affecting Real Estate

Part IV
Specialties

Chapter 15 Investment Real Estate
Chapter 16 Zoning and Planning, Subdividing of Land, and Special Issues
Chapter 17 Environmental Concerns Affecting Real Estate Transactions
Chapter 18 Property Management
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